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Meaghan Torvund

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Neurobiology and Physiology, BS, University of Maryland
Psychology, BS, University of Maryland
Konrad Zinsmaier
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Research Summary: 
For my dissertation research, I study the influence of a ubiquitin-ligase-associated protein (known as DCAF12) on TGF-beta signaling at the Drosophila neuromuscular junction. This signaling pathway is known to regulate growth and synaptic transmission, and our research demonstrates that DCAF acts as a negative regulator of this signaling.
Torvund, M., Sajja, A., Connaughton, V. P., Ono, F., Ikenaga, T., & Nelson, R. F. (2011). Spectral Screen of Isolated Photoreceptor PIII Responses in Zebrafish Retina Uncovers Forward Transgenic with UV Cone Loss. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 52(14), 1183-1183.

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